India is preparing for the next generation of warfare by building indigenous capacities for unmanned platforms, including drones
Book excerpt: In The Tejas Story, a retired air marshal chronicles his experiences of test flying the LCA jets
The story that comes to life through his book is that of his team of pilots and of the LCA programme itself, how it was commissioned, the challenges in the development phase and the pressure of realising the dream of domestically developing a fighter plane.
HAL employee arrested for supplying aircraft details to ISI; FIR registered under Official Secrets Act
Three mobile handsets along with five SIM cards and two memory cards have been seized from Deepak Shirsat, the accused in the case, an official said
According to the Ministry of Defence, the portal will display those items that are being imported currently so that the Indian industry can design, develop and manufacture them domestically as per its capability
The Hindustan Aeronautics Limited has pledged Rs 20 crore from its CSR fund to the Prime Ministers Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations (PM-CARES) Fund
Day after successful test flight, Defence Acquisition Council clears acquisition of 83 Tejas aircrafts from HAL for Indian Air Force
Tejas, the first Light Combat Aircraft in Final Operational Clearance-standard (SP-21) took to the skies for its maiden flight in Bengaluru on Tuesday.
In a major boost to the 'Make in India' initiative,the Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) has paved way for procurement of 83 indigenous Tejas fighter aircraft for the Indian Air Force (IAF).
Rajnath Singh to embark on two-day visit to Chennai starting today, defence minister to attend Investiture Ceremony of Indian Coast Guard
Defence minister Rajnath Singh will embark on a two-day visit to Chennai starting Tuesday to attend the investiture ceremony of Indian Coast Guard.
DRDO, ADA successfully execute first-ever arrested landing of Light Combat Aircraft (Navy) at INS Hansa in Goa
DRDO and ADA successfully executed the first-ever arrested landing of Light Combat Aircraft (Navy) at a shore-based facility, INS Hansa in Goa, inching closer to the goal of operating from an aircraft carrier.
MS Velpari takes over from Sunil Kumar as Director (Operations) of Hindustan Aeronautics Limited at its at Bengaluru HQ
MS Velpari has taken charge as Director (Operations) at Bengaluru-headquartered Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) from Sunil Kumar who superannuated on Wednesday
HAL entered into a contract with the Indian Navy in August 2017 for the supply of eight Chetak helicopters with the delivery schedule of the first two in August 2019 and the rest in August 2020.
In first speech in 17th Lok Sabha, Sonia Gandhi slams government move to privatise Rae Bareli coach factory
Congress Parliamentary Party chief Sonia Gandhi on Tuesday said that government was seeking to surreptitiously "privatise" the Modern Coach Factory in Rae Bareli, adding that it has caused uncertainty among employees and their families
Balakot strikes show importance of timely defence acquisition; IAF must make requirements clear to Centre
With the Balakot attack, an important red line has been crossed, and the nature of future threats – and opportunities – is yet uncertain.
Public sector behemoths delay salaries: Firms like BSNL, MTNL, HAL, TIFR need to remodel business, not just rely on State funds, say experts
Public sector units (PSUs) have been facing a financial crunch for a while now with the issue becoming severe since the beginning of this year. Many of the PSUs, be it in the defence sector, aviation, telecom, are finding it difficult to pay salaries to their staff.
After what was an intense round of arguments and counterarguments over the allegations of corruption the Rafale fighter jet deal, the Supreme Court Wednesday adjourned the hearing for 14 March.
Aero India 2019: Boeing holds talks with HAL, Mahindra Defence on F/A-18 Super Hornet 'Make in India' plan
Boeing's Super Hornet is a proven platform that offers the fighter of the future for India networked, survivable and reliable, the statement said.
Daily Bulletin: SC to hear plea on 'attacks' on Kashmiri students, CoA to decide on Pak boycott at World Cup, day's top stories
Today's top stories: The Supreme Court will hear a plea on the attack on Kashmiri students; the CoA will meet to decide if India should boycott Pakistan in the cricket World Cup, PM Modi will receive the Seoul Peace Prize, and more.
HAL not interested in Rafale deal now, says chairman R Madhavan; rejects claims of company being ignored by govt
HAL chairman R Madhavan told reportersthe political fight over Rafale has not affected the company's morale and business prospects."Yes, we do feel bad when there are bad things said, but it has not affected us," he said.
Aero India 2019: IAF teams fly in 'missing man' formation to pay tribute to fallen colleague on day 1 of show
Aero India show’s 12th edition commenced at Yelahanka Air Force base, with aerial displays by Rafale, Tejas, Sukhoi aircraft and combat helicopters
CAG report on Rafale says NDA 2015 deal 2.86% cheaper than UPA's: Key terms, abbreviations and jargon explained
CAG Report on Rafale deal explained: All you need to know about terms, abbreviations used in the audit report tabled in Parliament on Wednesday